Jessie Hronešová is a ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow at the Oxford Department of International Development. Jessie’s life goal is to combined academic research and policymaking in foreign policy, aid and development. Her research focuses on governance, justice and politics of South Eastern Europe while her policy work has concentrated on technical consultancy advice on international development projects across Eastern and South Eastern Europe, with a special focus on rule of law, justice, security and media. She is currently preparing the publication of her doctoral research about the politics of victimhood in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina (Palgrave Macmillan). Jessie previously worked at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network in Sarajevo and Belgrade. She holds a DPhil from the University of Oxford (2017) in politics. In her research projects she has mostly focused on security, ethno-nationalism, post-war reparations, as well as community-building and transitional justice in the former Yugoslavia.
- Hronešová, Jessie: “Albania under Construction: The Façade of Politics”; in: Globalising Southeastern Europe (09.05.2017); URL: https://global-sees.org/2017/05/09/albania-under-construction-the-facade-of-politics/.
- Hronešová, Jessie: “Fieldwork Research in Sensitive Contexts: Interviewing Bosnian War Victims”; in: Globalising Southeastern Europe (26.06.2017); URL: https://global-sees.org/2016/06/26/fieldwork-research-in-sensitive-contexts-interviewing-bosnian-war-victims/